The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has granted SecureAuth a sequence of patents for applied sciences to forestall fraud in entry management by using dynamic ranges of assurance, biometrics and behavioral modeling.
All 4 of the patents granted describe behavioral modeling for steady passwordless authentication. Three had been granted final 12 months by the USPTO, however SecureAuth is just now saying all the sequence. Each was acquired as a part of the Acceptto deal.
The time period ‘Biobehavioral’ is registered as a method for SecureAuth to explain its derived credentials, and the way the derivation works is defined in ‘System and Method of Biobehavioral Derived Credentials Identification’ and ‘Authentication and Authorization Through Derived Behavioral Credentials Using Secured Paired Communication Devices’.
Both describe credentials created “using biometric and behavioral based information to provide proof of identity and a dynamic way of calculating a derived key.”
SecureAuth doesn’t describe its Biobehavioral know-how as behavioral biometrics, however because it seems to measure the behaviors of a person for comparability, somewhat than evaluating them in opposition to an aggregated norm, it could seem to qualify. The biometrics referred to within the patent paperwork are bodily biometric modalities captured on a cellular system.
Where they differ is within the extra normal description of a “client device” within the ‘System and Method’ patent, and the usage of a 3rd safety key for entry management.
A 3rd patent for a ‘System and Method for Rapid Check-In and Inheriting Trust Using A Mobile Device’ and ‘System & Method to Identify Abnormalities to Continuously Measure Transaction Risk’, additionally filed by Acceptto, had been granted to SecureAuth in February and in May of final 12 months, respectively.
The former describes the usage of behavioral modeling and a cellular system to supply a foundation for derived belief, and use it for bodily entry management. The latter applies behavioral modeling to logical entry management.
“The traditional password-based paradigm must be transcended. Digital authentication must be re-conceptualized beyond a simplistic ‘in’ vs. ‘out’ binary decision made in isolation. As we continue to innovate across new behavioral modeling techniques, SecureAuth delivers enhanced identity protection and ensures access is only granted and maintained for the true identity,” says Shahrokh Shahidzadeh, CTO, SecureAuth. “This game-changing technology uses machine learning to learn and leverage individual behaviors to increase assurance levels and security.”
A brand new CEO and CMO had been every appointed by SecureAuth earlier this 12 months.
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